The information in the links is especially revealing. Is this going on in your school district…and how would you know?
Give this article a read. The original can be found at The Blaze
A California school district’s “Black Lives Matter Task Force” created Black History Month lesson plans that taught 7th- through 12th-grade students about the “daily effects of white privilege” and “implicit bias,” according to curricula obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Anaheim Union High School District’s Black Lives Matter Task Force is a “united and committed” coalition dedicated to providing policy recommendations that increase “equity and access for African American students and staff.”
The district’s Board of Trustees approved the coalition and a resolution declaring “black lives matter” during a roll-call vote in June 2020. Teachers were also required to either teach the task force’s lesson plans to students or assign them as homework.
For Black History Month, the task force created self-paced, required lesson plans for 7th- through 12th-grade students that addressed “issues related to racial justice.”
Seventh-graders were tasked with completing a lesson plan titled, “Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover,” which introduced students to “implicit bias” and explained how they can “become more aware and mindful of how your personal and learned implicit biases affect others.”
Perhaps check your local school district and share what you learn?